The Pros And Cons Of The Social Learning Theory

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The social learning theory in criminology states that people learn by observing others, then attempt to replicate those behaviors they observed. These behaviors are learned through three different ways according to the social learning theory. The first says that people learn by observing others behaviors, and the rewards they receive by doing them. The second says that people learn from observing others behaviors and the punishment that follows. The third way says that people learn by observing others and receive no consequences for their actions. This paper will attempt to show the pros and cons of social learning theory in criminology, and how it relates to statistical data.
Social Learning Theory and Statistical Proof A 2015/2016 study was conducted by the University of Murcia and was comprised of 68 first-year Primary Education students. It focused on the results of students’ activity and interaction with others in their collaborative learning via a network. In this case, a specific Facebook group was created specifically for the study. The experiment goal was to improve and optimize future experience that constructed improved usage tools, analyze them, and put them into practice (Diaz, Solano, & Sanchez, 2017). The researcher was the moderator and a participant, who collected the information through the direct observation process. Consideration must be given that this type of study has limitations, such as the scarce control of strange variables, possible
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